Unlike standard burners, cyclone burners have a rotating flame. As a result, the flame spreads around the entire pipe when soldering and heats it up evenly. They are therefore ideal for both brazing and soft soldering work (fitting soldering) and for quick heating (e.g. loosening stuck screws).
With the hot air burner, the gas flame is held back in the burner head, which creates a stream of hot air. These burners are used wherever an open flame would cause material damage and are therefore very well suited for light shrinking and heating work, for paint removal and for zinc preheating, among other things.
Hot air burner for shrinking plastic material, burning off paint and all work where an open flame would cause material damage. The burner has also proven itself very well in the automotive sector for heating molded parts.
Fantastic special offer for a Sievert Powerjet Gas Blow Torch with standard Flame Burner plus one additional burner FREE OF CHARGE! The Sievert Powerjet Gas Blow Torch (Code R.SIE.253547)) fits disposable steel cartridges - for example Rothenberger, Bullfinch, Todays Tools, Bernzomatic Propane and Mapp Gas etc. It has automatic piezo ignition which means that one press on the trigger lights the flame. Release the trigger and the flame goes out. When you use the bayonet fitting, the burner can be easily changed without tools. It is safe and convenient and an integrated regulator gives a stable flame and minimizes the risk of the blow torch flaring up, if it is held upside down.